Depends on what you want to do... You didn't say it would be a daily driver or your play toy.
1. Do you want to lease or buy? If lease, take the PW right out of the equation. See my previous replies to a post on leasing vs buying. They do NOT discount PW's. Full discount with $59K sticker will still cost you $800 per month 36 month lease $888 due at signing. Sadly, a Rebel has a sticker price of $54K and for $59k for a PW but the payments aren't even close ($200 a month + less will get you into a Rebel)
2. Do your NEEDS really warrant a PW? Do you need front and Rear Lockers? Do you need a swaybar disconnect? Do you need 4:10 gears to pull a mountain? Lots of people use winches on their trucks (as I have in almost every truck but my Cherokee), so I am with a wash on this.
3. Mileage will be junk. PW is much heavier, larger gears and same tire size as Rebel. Not to mention 6.4L with 400+ hp.
Trust me, I've struggled with this for years. Always wanted a PW. They are the cats meow. Bad ass looks and got the guts to back it up. If you offroad or work construction or logging or mining like Gold Rush, then yes you can say you need all the above. If you don't, then you can say I want it, but don't need it. That "Want" factor usually has more of an impact on decisions we make and in my case, usually overrides the "need" factor and I end up paying for it in the end..... This time I got smart (not to mention couldn't afford the PW) and got the Rebel. For the offroading I do, towing my boat, and hunting muddy corn fields for ducks, geese, and deer, the Rebel will be fine (with better tires) for all my needs.
Just my $0.02 worth. They hold their value too (PW's) as you rarely see used ones (at least here in Michigan) so if you do buy one, you'll probably do well on selling it when the time comes.
Good luck with your decision. Keep us posted!!!